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Catholic churches come together to livestream Mass

Due to the cancellation of all Catholic Masses through Easter Sunday on April 12, St. Agnes, St. Jude and St. Mary churches in Elyria have come together to provide the faithful with a local connection to share their faith.
The newly launched “Elyria Catholic Cluster” Facebook page will provide a livestream of Mass at 11 a.m. every Sunday celebrated by Father Charlie Diedrick, pastor of St. Mary Church, according to a news release from March 19. The page also will feature daily prayers and reflections by Deacon Pat Humphrey of St. Jude Church, the release said.
Additionally, other resources and information will be provided from all three parishes. In less than 24 hours, over 100 people joined this page, according to the release. “During a crisis such as this, it is important for all parishioners to feel connected to their parish and their faith.” said Donna Humphrey, founder of Blessing House, 5440 Grove Ave. in Lorain, and the driving force behind this venture. “We need to be in contact with them and they need the familiarity of Mass and daily Scripture reflections.”

Diocese of Cleveland TV Mass: Click Here for the TV Mass at 10:30 a.m. Sunday and 4 p.m. Saturday

AM 1260 The Rock Offers Additional Weekend Masses for the Faithful

AM 1260 The Rock will be offering our listeners additional opportunities to join in the Sunday liturgy.  Beginning this weekend, you will be able to join us for the Sunday liturgy at the following times:

The Mass from EWTN will be broadcast at 8 AM Sunday AND again at 5 PM Sunday. And, don’t forget that weekday Masses are aired each weekday at 10 AM.
Please visit our website at for our full schedule. 
While we may be separated physically, we can be united in prayer for our world, for our Church, and for all those affected. 
Pray With Us! 
In addition to the Holy Mass, AM 1260 The Rock offers numerous opportunities for prayer throughout the day.
Holy Rosary: 5:30 AM and 9:30 PM
Divine Mercy Chaplet: 5 AM Monday through Friday; 3 PM Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Stations of the Cross for Priests: Fridays during Lent at 3 PM
Devotion to the Holy Face: Tuesdays during Lent at 3 PM.

Spiritual Communion Prayer
My dear Lord and Savior.  Though I am, but a sinful servant, I approach you with confidence.  I am truly sorry for having offended you by my sins, because you are infinitely good.  I have a great desire to receive You in Holy Communion, and since I can not now be united to you in the Blessed Sacrament, I beseech You most earnestly to come to me at least spiritually and to refresh my soul with the sweetness of your grace.
Come my Lord, my God and my all.  Come to me and let me never again be separated from you by sin.  I wish to become like You.  Teach me your blessed ways.  Help me with your grace to practice meekness; humility; purity; charity and all the virtues of your sacred heart. Oh, my Jesus! I consecrate to you my heart with all its affections, my soul with all its powers and my body with all its senses. 
In union with you I will live and labor and suffer to do the heavenly Father’s will.  I will ever be mindful of the presence of my God and strive to be perfect. Bless me in life and in death, that I may praise You forever in heaven.  Amen.